Scottsdale, AZ
Jackson, WY
Bozeman, MT

Kyle Stuckey

Kyle Stuckey was born in New Hampshire in 1987, began his formal art education at age 18 studying drawing and painting privately with Lori Woodward. He supplemented his education with art videos by Morgan Weistling and Daniel Gerhartz, and studied with Mike Malm via a scholarship he received from Scottsdale Artists School in 2006. Kyle’s work is strongly influenced by his study of historical artists, including J.W. Waterhouse, William Bougereau, and John Singer Sargent. He is now a member of The Putney Painters, an invitational group, mentored by Richard Schmid and Nancy Guzik.

In 2009, Stuckey won 2nd place in Southwest Art Magazine’s 21 Under 31 national competition with his painting, Brittany. His work has been accepted into the Eastern Regional Oil Painters of America Show.

While his objective is to show the natural beauty of everyday experiences by telling a story, Kyle’s process accomplishes this goal, regardless of the complexity or simplicity of the subject, by carefully composing the effects of light, confluence of color and variety of soft and hard edges.

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